Tuesday, March 21, 2006


First we take Manhattan, then we take Berlin

It's going to be an interesting and busy few weeks. Tomorrow I'm speaking to the undergrad association here at UT about vagueness and how it impacts on central debates they'll be familiar with (I hope!) in ethics and other areas of philosophy.

Then early next month the UT first years invade the State of New York. Firstly, John Bengson and I are presenting at the NYU/Columbia grad conference that's running the 1st and 2nd of April. For better or worse, I'm giving my vagueness paper 'The Price of Bivalence' again (hence the posts on Graff last week). Then the weekend after that Briggs Wright AKA Captain Awesome is giving a paper about kidnapping ghosts and stuff like that at the Buffalo conference on the work of Jonathan Lowe.

The weekend after that is the UT grad conference, where it looks like I'll be responding to Kenny's critique of Stanley and Williamson's account of know how. It should be a fun session, and we're expecting Stanley to be there which should ensure things are interesting. We're just finalising the other respondents before we can put the list of papers and schedule up on the website. Watch this space.


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